65 Mitchell Blvd
San Rafael, CA 94903
Technology for Nonprofit Leaders
Presented by John Kenyon, Nonprofit Technology Educator & Strategist
$60 Member, $95 non-member
Knowledgeable, supportive leadership and thoughtful planning are crucial to a nonprofit’s successful use of technology. This workshop will help you make the most of the time that you devote to thinking about technology as a nonprofit leader, covering strategies and tactics that foster the suitable application of technology. We’ll discuss how to adopt appropriate technology solutions that can reduce costs and increase organizational capacity. Learn about the essential (and non-essential) elements for managing technology well. We’ll cover excellent practices for IT, Data Management, Online Presence, Planning, Budgeting and the crucial human element of using technology well.
- Walk away with a better understanding of the essential technology elements for leaders
- Be able to define appropriate technologies
- Understand excellent practices in technology use
Who should attend: This session is appropriate for Alumni of the Emerging Leaders Program, Executive Directors of small and medium sized nonprofits, and anyone tasked with technology management in an organization.
John Kenyon is a nationally recognized authority on nonprofit technology and communications. He is an educator and consultant who’s worked exclusively with nonprofits for over 25 years providing advice, teaching seminars and writing articles. John helps good causes make smart decisions about technology. He wrote the chapter on “Effective Online Communications” in the book Managing Technology to Meet your Mission (Jossey-Bass/Wiley, 2009). A frequent speaker for CVNL, including the Emerging Leaders Program faculty, he is also an adjunct professor at the University of San Francisco and Sonoma State University. John has been a featured speaker across the US, England, Australia and online.